AD #2155 – BMW Plans To Electrify Entire Line-Up, Daimler Reports Strong Profit, Toyota To Use Solid-State Batteries

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- Toyota To Use Solid-State Batteries - BMW Plans To Electrify Entire Line-Up - BMW’s Willisch Retires - VW’s Schmidt To Plead Guilty - IndyCar Reveals New Look - Ford Posts Q2 Earnings - Daimler Reports Strong Profit

On today's show Toyota transitions from fuel cells to a new kind of E. V. indycar debuts a sleek new race car for next season and dying Miller's earnings. Show why having a strong. Someone poured into the bottom line. On that more coming right out and online daily. This is not a line daily at the show dedicated to enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Not too long ago Toyota was touting fuel cells is the answer to environmentally friendly vehicles. But with most governments around the world pushing electric cars the company has changed course. And now Reuters reports that in twenty twenty two Toyota will begin selling an E. V. equipped with solid state batteries. These are batteries that use a solid electrolyte instead of a liquid a benefit is they are much less affected by hot and cold ...

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